Kurt Warner threw for 280 yards and three touchdowns and Marshall Faulk added 226 yards of total offense and another score as the St. Louis Rams defeated the Atlanta Falcons 31-13 on Sunday. The Rams finish the season with a 14-2 record, and that means they are the top seed in the NFC playoffs and will enjoy home field advantage throughout. There were some amazing accomplishments in this game. The Rams become the first team ever to score 500 or more points in three straight seasons. Kurt Warner’s 280 yards give him 4830 for the season, that’s the second-highest total ever. Marshall Faulk also moves into rare air as his big day pushed him over the 2000 yard total offense mark. He is the first player ever to accomplish that feat for four straight seasons. After the game, Rams head coach Mike Martz talked about the win. (Photo by Bill Greenblatt, UPI)